From itchy, inactive and irritable
happy, healthy and huggable in a few days!!
“When I bought Polly, as a puppy, she was energetic and very playful.
Soon after I bought her she developed dermatitis and would continually lick and scratch herself raw. She would also constantly beg to be scratched and would rub herself against your foot just to relieve an itch. She also started to smell a bit funny… like old biscuits.
We took Polly to the vets which resulted in a medicated shampoo which we had to wash her with every week or so in order to sooth raw areas. We assumed the dermatitis was a reaction to grass or pollen. We fed both her and our other dog completely natural biscuits.
The dermatitis got progressively worse over the years, even with the constant washes. keep reading
I love receiving my weekly reminder of the newly uploaded TED talks. The most recent email took me to the wonderful talk given by Paul Zak.
Paul takes us on a fascinating journey that ends with the same conclusion as mine, but I didn’t know the precise science behind it… until I watched this clip.
I’m sure many of us would like to share the same message but how frequently do we hear a Neuroeconomist presenting the same thoughts?
Negative thoughts only have power over us if we react to them.
Because our thoughts have a direct link to what happens to us in our day to day world it’s very important to make sure we keep our thoughts positive.
Negative thoughts do us no good at all. Worrying about things only creates stress, not solutions! Our mind is always chattering to us, and that’s cool when its good chatter, but no help at all when it keeps babbling on with negative thoughts. keep reading
It was through a friend’s facebook page that I became aware of this amazing article and am thrilled to be able to share it with you now.
When you are close to somebody who is not well it often makes us re-evaluate our life and decide what’s really important.
This has become very pertinent to me recently and this article made me stop and look at whether I was living my life the way I will want to look back on it… keep reading